- Accademia skip the line tickets (David by Michelangelo)
- Piazza Signoria
- Palazzo Vecchio (outdoor)
- Piazza Repubblica
- Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral (if lines are not too long it's possible to get inside)
- Ponte Vecchio
- Pitti Palace (outside)
- Oltrarno neighborhood
This tour is perfect for the ones who visit this wonderful city for the fist time. This small group guided walking tour will include all the places that you cannot absolutely miss in Florence: the Duomo and the Baptistery, Piazza Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio, the Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Repubblica and the Accademia museum to admire the famous David by Michelangelo.
You will have preferential entrance at the Accademia museum, we will take care of tickets reservation to let you skip the long lines and make the tour even smoother!
Note: Every first sunday of the month and in some particular "free museums day" it is not allowed to reserve tickets in any statal museum in Italy, therefore we discourage to reserve this tour in these dates, unless you want to take the risk of staying in line to get inside the Accademia
Professional guide for 3 hours
Skip the lines entrance fees to the Accademia
Headsets in case the group is more than 7 participants
Hotel pick up
- In Italy a dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements
- Lines at the entrance of the Cathedral can be very long and there is no possible way to skip the entrance. The guide will decide with you at the moment what you want to do according to the time you have at disposal.
- A passport or ID copy is required for kids under 18yrs to have reduced price tickets the day of the tour
- Children under 6 years old are free
"This was a very enjoyable and fascinating tour. The guide was exceptionally knowledgeable and brought each place to life. I strongly recommend this tour."
"Barbara was a first class guide, full of enthusiasm and knowledge. Saw the sights of Florence, finishing the tour with the David statue at the Accademia Gallery. Well worth the choice."
"My tour guide was great,Giacomo gave a fantastic tour, with so much detail and unexpected little gems. Highly recommended!"
"Had a great morning with Barbara. Not only did we see at some of the great sites of Florence but she shared with us some great local knowledge and tips. A very enjoyable and informative few hours. Thank you!"
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